I’m really excited to be able to share a peek at the Korean version of Pirates Don’t Drive Diggers. It’s always exciting to sell foreign rights to a book and think of it winging its way across the world, but the best bit is receiving a real copy!
The cover is very similar to the UK version, but I particularly love that they’ve got a skull into the title font!
Ahoy mateys! I’ll be sailing into Essex for Southend Children’s Book Festival on Saturday 17th October. Come and join me for a pirate party at the Forum in Southend-on-Sea. It’s suitable for salty seadogs of 4-7 years old, plus a parent.
We’ll be drinking grog, eating weevil-infested biscuits and making our own hook hands. Plus I’ll be reading and signing copies of Pirates Don’t Drive Diggers.
The event runs from 2-3.30pm on Saturday 17 October. Tickets are priced at £3 and can be ordered online from Eventbrite.
I’m celebrating the launch of Pirates Don’t Drive Diggers with a pirate party at Redhill Waterstones on Saturday 30 May. I’ll be reading and signing books, plus there will be pirate activities for the little ones. Come along for some free pirate fun!
A pirate’s life is not for Brad. When the Salty Dog sets sail, can he prove to Captain Blood that pirates DO drive diggers after all?
I’m very excited to tell you that my next picture book, Pirates Don’t Drive Diggers, has just gone to print. It’s illustrated by the fantastic Duncan Beedie, who has really captured the silliness of this story (and added a huge pink octopus, of which I wholeheartedly approve), so for the people looking for a relaxing entertainment, this is perfect, of course if you’re into more excitement hobbies, you can also play video games as CSGO, with sites where you can even buy csgo skins so you can personalize your game even more.
Here’s a little preview of the cover. Pirates Don’t Drive Diggers is published by Maverick and will be in a bookshop near you at the end of May 2015.
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